Here we go with a Christmas card I made awhile ago. I was kind of playing around and trying some things.
For the background I used some Distress Oxides (Frayed Burlap, Evergreen Bough, Pumice Stone, Antique Linen). I used the Gothic stencil with grit paste and went over the paste with Tarnished Brass Crayon. I also stamped using the swirl and text from the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Poinsettia set.
The pine cones and branches are colored with Distress Oxide ink and die cut using the Tim Holtz Pine Branch set.
The sentiment is stamped using a stamp from the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Poinsettia set.
- Sizzix Tim Holtz Pine Branch die set
- Tim Holtz Gothic Stencil
- Ranger Grit Paste
- Distress Crayon – Tarnished Brass
- Distress Oxide inks
- Stampers Anonymous The Poinsettia stamp set
Ha just having a little fun. Of course it is a cardinal but I created my first card with it and made it a blue jay. I am not sure why but that is the way it went. I actually love cardinals and wish I could see one in person. We do not have them where I live.
I had some fun doing some different things with this card! The background… I will just say I love the Tim Holtz woodgrain paper! I ink blended over the woodgrain and then went over the knots in the wood with a Distress crayon.
The die cut wreaths have grit paste on them that is mixed with two different Distress brown reinker colors.
The green sprigs are die cut and colored with Distress ink.
The blue jay was die cut from watercolor paper using the Feathered Cardinal die. I used Black Soot, Speckled Egg, Chipped Sapphire and Faded Jeans Distress ink on it. There is a little drop of Nuvo Drops for the birds eye.
For something a little different than I usually do I die cut the sentiment for the inside of the card. It was die cut from the Tim Holtz woodgrain paper and I tapped it all over with two different Distress inks.
- Sizzix Tim Holtz Cardinal die
- Sizzix Tim Holtz Celebration Words Script die set
- Tim Holtz woodgrain paper
- Distress ink
- Distress Crayon
- Hero Arts September 2016 My Monthly Hero kit
- Distress Grit Paste
- Nuvo Drops
Here’s a quick card I made for the young man next door who took care of our house while we were away.
I did some ink smooshing on a panel, stamped the octopus and sentiment. There is also some texture that can be seen in the photo below much better. I used the Tim Holtz Bubbles stencil and some texture paste to create the ocean water look.
- Distress Oxide inks
- Stampers Anonymous Sea Life stamp set
- Tim Holtz Bubbles Stencil
- Distress Translucent Grit Paste
- Winnie & Walther In A Word: Thanks stamp se